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Tuesday 25 April 2017

A Bruce Springsteen-themed pub has opened in Glasnevin

Bruce Springsteen on stage during The River Tour at Croke Park.
Pic Steve Humphreys
27th May 2016
Bruce Springsteen on stage during The River Tour at Croke Park. Pic Steve Humphreys 27th May 2016
Amy Mulvaney

Amy Mulvaney

You read that right. Just in time for Bruce Springsteen’s two concerts in Croke Park this weekend, a bar in Glasnevin has opened a pop-up bar and restaurant dedicated to The Boss.

Formerly known as The Porterhouse North, The E Street Inn will be open for ten days and will play Bruce Springsteen hits, as well as serving food, cocktails and beer.

The bar will be open this Friday, Saturday and Sunday till late.

It has plans to officially re-launch in a few weeks time as The Whitworth Dining and Bar.

“Here for a good time, not for a long time,” the bar’s Facebook page says.

Located on the Gun’s Bridge in Glasnevin, our Bruce experience can now last longer than one night.

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